Experience the beauty and vastness of the outback from the air conditioned luxury of a Toyota Landcruiser 4 Wheel Drive. Take in the wonder of the 'Rock' with an Uluru tour (Ayers Rock tour) with the magnificent Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) close by. Perhaps a tour starting out along the stunning MacDonnell Ranges heading toward Palm Valley and the Finke River and then around the Mereenie Loop Road to Watarrka (Kings Canyon). These are the well known sights of the Red Centre but there are plenty of other hidden gems awaiting your discovery for those that want to escape into the wilderness.
Get the Benefit of an Experienced and Passionate Guide
For your added comfort and safety we supply an experienced guide who has a total passion for the region with in-depth knowledge of local flora, fauna, geology and Aboriginal / Anangu cultural issues to match. We can help tailor an itinerary that suits you with all the flexibility you like. This way if you find a spot you really want to spend more time in, you can.
We assist planning your menu and beverage requirements plus anything else you may require such as a helicopter flight over Uluru (Ayers Rock) or Watarrka (Kings Canyon) or a private tour of a remote cattle station. Your private charter can also be a combination of bush camping and resort accommodation. And so you don't feel completely cut off, we carry a satellite phone (cost of calls additional) so you can keep in touch with the world if need be, not to mention the added safety it affords with the remoteness.
We Cater to Large and Small Groups
We can cater for larger groups. Our vehicle carry a maximum of 16 persons only, so we do not lose that ability to access those hard to get at locations. Any number of vehicles can be "tagged" together to accommodate any group size. This is the best way to deliver that "ridgy didge Australian Outback"feel to all lovers of all things natural. School, Corporate and Specialty groups are also catered for.
Indigenous Experiences. If you're interested in meeting with some local Aboriginal people and experiencing some of their unique culture, we can include a visit to the Oak Valley Aboriginal Community on the Hugh River Stock Route south of Alice Springs. Here you can experience locally made artifacts and paintings, get a demonstration into the art of boomerang and spear throwing or learn about local bush tucker and ancient mythological stories of their land.
Aboriginal Hosts. If you would really like to get an in-depth insight into Aboriginal life and history then we have Aboriginal Hosts that can join our safaris. They get involved in the day-to-day operation - cooking traditional foods by traditional methods and sharing their knowledge of the bush, including the plants and animals that inhabit the land. They will also share cultural stories applicable to their area, talk about themselves, their life stories and experiences.
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